First Implantable Sensor System
for Wireless Restenosis Detection

Product

Implantation


The sensor system is implanted in a coronary or peripheral artery during stent implantation or balloon angioplasty.

The read out device then is placed on the body where the stent is implanted.

Data Acquisition


It transmits these data to a cloud service. Based on the patient specific data, the restenosis degree will be calculated.

The data will be transfered back to the cardiologist or physician within a minute.


Diagnosis


It will also be accessable via web interface for clinicians, physicians and patients.

It will be possible to derive trends and detect further important parameters in relation to restenosis.

One System ...

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... several Advantages

Compared to
State-of-the-Art

  • Measurements in short intervals
  • Early prediction of clogging
  • Easy handling, precise and fast diagnosis

For Physicians

  • Determination of trends and correlation with further vital parameters is possible
  • The restenosis treatment may be induced in an earlier stage
  • Success of therapy is detectable and can be monitored

For Patients

  • Improves life comfort and sense of security
  • Prevention of relapse
  • Reduction of time-consuming check-ups, e.g. physical performance tests, ultrasonic testing

Time consuming and costly follow up examinations are no longer necessary.

Videopresentation

Team and Product

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Team

Alexej Domnich, PhD

CEO / Inventor

  • 12 years work experience at Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart and Life Science Inkubator, Bonn
  • Studied mechatronics with focus on biomedical engineering

Johannes Baulmann, MD, PhD

Chief Medical Officer

  • Specialist for internal medicine, angiology
  • Research on cardiovascular risk
  • Executive Board DeGAG
  • Co-Founder Redwave GmbH

Dirk Kautz, PhD

Business Developer / Consulter

  • 22 years experience in medical devices industry
  • Expertise in corporate development and marketing
  • Management responsibility in start-ups

Saad Salem

Hardware Development

  • 5 years experience in VesselSens technology
  • Advanced training on regulatory affairs
  • Mechanical engineer

Divin Varghese

Electrical Sensor Development

  • 5 years experience in VesselSens technology
  • Expertise in computer simulations
  • Biomedical engineer

Cooperation

 

 We are currently in a Seed fundraising phase.

If you are interested in a cooperation – please contact us. 

 

Development Status

Sensor System (Beta Version) 40%
Hardware (Read Out Unit) 60%
Read Out Software 75%
Evaluation Algorithm 80%
Cloud Service / Web Application 90%
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